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of new york, the city's youngest mayor and the first mayor of color and at the age of 24, just last january, he was sworn in after winning a sweeping a town -- 18 out of 18 districts and winning a four-way mayoral race. before being appointed he was on the city -- the common counsel representing this witty woody's 4th ward. he is a graduate of cornell university where he majored in communications and he was quite active while he was there tutoring underserved students at ithaca and serving as a board member of the racing education attainment challenge organization. immediately to my right is alex morse who is the mayor of holyoke massachusetts. he is also the city's youngest mayor. and he is the second youngest mayor in state history. is that correct? yeah, so he graduated from brown university with a degree in urban studies and during his time at brown he worked as a youth career counselor. he was also on the governors lgbt commission and the main focus of his administration at the moment are early childhood literacy, building an economy focused around art, innovation and technolog
development, the first puerto rican later. we are the first puerto rican city solicitor to speak the language of the people who live in the city. but again, you have to be able to build coalitions. i think that often goes hand-in-hand with transparency. yet the conversation commission, you know, folks, same people have been in this commissions for 20, 30 years. we need to get new people on this commission and often time the charm or come up and they would be reappointed in for the first time in a long time, we would send out a press release. we are looking for new applications and not to my surprise, but other people surprise we get applications for people want to be in our conversation. on the local level, volunteers have a lot of power to make decisions about projects. you have to go through the conservation committee, and those numbers don't get paid anything, but they want to get back to the city. it's not fair to your neighbor who's been wanting to be involved in municipal government in some ways. said to be more transparent, we also couple months ago because he is such a high population
be the center of most super bowl events. if the city makes its first round it has to submit a plan by early may. nfl expects official announcement tomorrow. >>> this thursday is 49ers game day here. 4:00 jerry rice and brent jones join us as abc7 news presents the pregame show followed at 5 by the take -- by the game. after that jerry and brent will stake around for a edition of after the game. >>> giants' fans are gearing up for tonight's game. last night the giants fell to the cardinals in the opener. bumgarner gave up six runs in the first four innings late comeback was too little, too late. vogelsong will start on the mound tonight. >>> much more still ahead. pakistani girl has arrived in england for lifesaving medical treatment after she was shot in the head by the taliban. while some officials are still fearing for her safety. >> new details on dangerous situation during a daredevil's record breaking dive. why >>> a pakistani teen arrived in england this morning for medical treatment. the four teen-year-old girl was shot after defying taliban threats to stop speaking out for woman's educa
by showing up on election day. nina turner has represented cleveland, ohio, since 2006. first at city hall, now as a state senator. it's great to have you with us today, and the obama campaign touted its early lead there in ohio in the early voting yesterday saying it's not going to let up. as we know, the vice president is there basically all week. the race there will only get more heated with ohio now the top market in the ad spending. i want everybody to take a look at that. $177 million. is president obama's early lead enough to buffer any gains that the romney campaign is expected to make on election day the old fashioned way? >> i believe so, thomas. i mean, ohio is the president's life line. just as we delivered ohio in 2008, we will deliver ohio in 2012. the buckeyes here in the state understand that the president's policies are what are right for the state of ohio from throwing a lifeline to the auto industry to making sure that one of the first pieces of legislation that he signed into law was the lily leadbetter act. we have a governor in governor romney who can't even decide wh
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there in your city? >> well, i think the first thing that we need to do is to get power restored as quickly as we can. you know, there's an old saying that pictures are better than words. and for the president to come to atlantic city, i am most appreciative. he will see for himself the devastation that has been wrecked on this city by sandy. but i'm happy to say that although the loss in terms of property is catastrophic, on the human side the loss was very minimal. not to diminish the loss of one life that we had, but there has been no real serious injury to our residents. we did have one fatality. and so on the human side, i think we came through this as best as we could hope. certainly we would like to have preserved all life, but we did unfortunately lose one. but again, on the property side, catastrophic damage. on the human side, very minimal, so i'll very thankful for that. >> seeing things very important but the actions of the people of atlantic city restoring power more important. what is the timeline, sir, that you think that people will get power? >> as we speak, crews are out a
city, intention preparations underway with less than 72 hours before the first presidential debate. both campaigns ready for a high stakes night that could be pivotal. polls show the race is neck and neck but president obama has open up leads in self key swing states. one is colorado. that is where the first presidential debate is on wednesday night. both have been trying to lower expectations thinking if voters do not expect too much whatever you get could be impressive. president obama is at a disadvantage in the expectations game. there a new abc news-washington post poll showing the majority of voters think he will win the debate. only 29 percent expect romney will be on top. ed henry is in nevada this afternoon where the president is preparing for the debates. john roberts, first, though, with the other campaign. what is the romney camp up to? >>reporter: they are headed to denver with a big rally at wings over the rockies air and space museum. what we will see tonight is a shift in strategy. the governor's attempts at framing this as a referendum on president obama have not b
like ocean city that line new jersey's coast. when sandy came ashore she hit here first. tom and eileen feel lucky to be alive. >> lost our fingernails watching the news over the last couple of days and not to say we're not devastated. but what's important to us we still have our footprint here. >> reporter: their vacation house is gutted, swamped by the storm. all that remains is the bare framework of their home. >> we had a lot of, you know, good times here. going to be a lot of cleaning up. >> reporter: now barrier islands like ocean city run all up and down the new jersey coast. and they certainly are a great vacation spot but they also serve another purpose. when a big storm like sandy hits they cushion the blow for towns like summers point. norah and gayle. >> chip reid, thank you. we mentioned earlier that sandy could be one of the five most expense hurricanes in u.s. history. list focus on that now with our editor of cbs moneywatch. jack, the cost is just staggering, the devastation. how is this going to impact our larger economy? >> sure. early estimates are tough to get a hand
its fair share of problems and flight out of the city. i wonder, let's talk first why? why did you choose to go back to baltimore? >> you know, it was a question that even a lot of my friends asked me when i said i'm going back to baltimore, they were like why? honestly i believe in the baltimore story. i believe in the fact i'm a very proud baltimorens and we are proud people, proud of our city and have a lot of infrastructure that's in place that's actually showing where we're making a renaissance. if you look at school readiness indicators in baltimore, 12 years ago we were at 27% of kids were at school readiness now we have around 73% of kids at school readiness. new infrastructure coming back, arts and cultural base coming back. it's an exciting time to be there but you're going with both eyes open understanding there's economic challenges, social challenges that have to be tackled, particularly when looking at great american citys. >> we brought up those manufacturing stats because that's -- we talk about the systemic problems with a lot of these cities and the reality is, is
is going up in a helicopter and we're going to get our first pictures here this afternoon. we've had reports from point pleasant beach where the beach was essentially taken and spread through the town and then we've heard from atlantic city and seen where the boardwalk was ripped up and so forth. in the middle is long beach island and i haven't seen any reports from long beach island. what happened there is they were on the side of the storm where the water was pushed from the ocean in across the shoreline. farther south, down into maryland and delaware, much of the coast where they had some damage, they didn't have that hard push of water at high tide like good parts of the jersey shore did. so we're very, very fearful there and also on the south shore of long island. we also haven't seen that. so there is much more to learn about just those two areas let alone other areas spread around the northeast. >> and as you point out, the high winds, continuing high winds, and gusts are going to make it even that much longer before we get power restored to all of those people. >> that's righ
. >> new york city practically cut off from the outside world for the first time since 9/11 attack -- attacks. we'll talk to a city official about what's ahead when we come back. you are watching "world news now." about what's ahead when we come back. you are watching "world news now." septic disasters are disgusting and costly, but avoidable. the rid-x septic subscriber program helps prevent backups by sending you monthly doses right to your door so you will never forget to maintain your system. sign up at try these. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the lozenge is gone. not just a sensation, sensational relief. by the way they clean themselves in the bathroom. try charmin ultra strong. with a new duraclean texture, it helps you get clean. plus it's four times stronger than the leading value brand. and you can use up to four times less. charmin ultra strong. >>> more than 8 million people live here in new york city and millions more travel here every day to work. but right now all the subways, all the sub
of city hall. >> mostly the giants and the giants' story from them personally. >> reporter: first, crews must get everything into place, including 3500 feet of barricade, orange carpet, video screens, a stage for the band that will play at the end of the public speaking, all of this in two days. >> usually we have more time to plan. everybody came together it will happen. >> reporter: the city has learned and made changes from the 2010 parade. they've added a video screen and speakers to the other side of the plaza because the crowds stretched so far last time people complained of not being able to see and hear. they changed the route, montgomery was too narrow so they moved it to market. >> mission street is going to be closed to vehicles for emergency access and transit only. >> reporter: they are pulling this together quickly because they want to capitalize on the excitement. you can feel it here even the workers are giants' fans. >> sandoval. but romo, everybody. it was a great game. >> reporter: tomorrow of course is a school day uc hastings law has cancelled classes tomorrow becaus
. dozens of other, eight people were killed. dozens of others injured. phis is the first serious explosion the city has seen in two years. since 2005, there is uptick in bombing. one suicide blast killed a former prime minister and still unknown who is behind the blast and what the motive may have been. how many people go to lebanon on vacation? i'm not sure --. lori: but my question is, why get so up in arms? it is great to even have your city be portrayed on a show so widely shown. melissa: not like that. not like that. lori: i disagree it is dirty and dusty. melissa: make it look very scary and dangerous on the show. lori: they make it look foreign and interesting and kind of an exciting place to visit personally. it is just the lead characters have these dangerous assignments as cia agents and running around in covert operations and wielding weapons. that is what make as market, right? melissa: coming up tonight on "money", cyberterrorism analyst morgan wright joins me to discuss the recent cyber attacks on american banks and he is going to demonstrate how it is done for us. we'll give
? >> i think that, i think that, mayor emanuel has a lot of problems. first of all his city isn't going his way. and, neither is the country going obama's way. it will be a night where if the president tries to play cute, tries to get just a little more than clever by half, he is going to be in real trouble because there's nothing waiting for him at the end of the economic discussion but his record. so i don't know why in the world he would turn there. melissa: no. >> and the other part of this is, that --. melissa: i guess unless he feels so many pain over foreign policy. if benghazi gets really heated and wants to talk about anything else. >> the audience will not put up with that kind of nonsense. he pretty much put a stake down he will say almost anything in order to preserve his position at least on stage, if not in the oval office. we're not even hearing him about the discussion the fact he cut off business with canada, stopped the keystone pipeline. that is part of international diplomacy and foreign policy under this administration. we're not hearing anything about the 200 mexic
. >>> first residents of a new york city apartment building were settling in for a quiet evening when suddenly they heard what they describe as blood curdling screams. >> the screams turned out to be a young mom returning home to find what can only be described as an utterly horrific scene. wabc's report has the details. >>> 5:30 p.m., horror on the city's upper west side. [ sirens blaring ] in the middle of the evening rush -- a frantic dash to save lives. and to figure out what happened in this luxury apartment building on west 75th street. >> i just saw people rushing to the streets right here. and, you know personnel coming. people, and i thought maybe it was like something exciting going on. >> reporter: it was murder on the second floor in an apartment, a woman comes home to find two of her children murdered in a bathtub, the nanny on the floor, a kitchen knife nearby. >> a mother returned with her 3-year-old child from swimming lessons. she enters her apartment. the apartment is dark, a time when she goes looking for her children, and enters the bathroom and find her 6-year-old daughter
breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, no more nice guy. the day after both nominees traded jokes with the charity roast in new york it is back to tough rhetoric. it is the final lap. governor romney is set to join the running mate in florida tonight, v.p. nominee, paul ryan, is already in the sunshine state and going after the president on libya. he accused president obama of stonewalling over the attack on the consulate in benghazi. he said on a radio show and i quote, "his response has been inconsistent, misleading and for more than a month later we still have more questions than answers." the president himself accused romney campaign of using libya to score political points. president obama stuck to the domestic affairs at a rally today aimed at the female vote which helped push him to victory in 2008. >> the right to make your decision about your health. the right to be treated fairly and equally in the workplace. governor romney wants to take us policies more suited to the 1950s. >>shepard: governor romney is closing the gender g
unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the super storm headed for the united states could turn into a weather phenomenon, tens of millions of people live in the national hurricanest tracking zone. in fact, the act number is some 66 million people. forecasters say there is quit a bit uncertainty on the path. we are told sandy could target florida, georgia, new york, new jersey, connecticut and new england. the hurricane has caused death and destruction across the caribbean. right now it is battering the bahamas and whip up surf on the east coast of florida. forecasters say it will come ashore along the eastern seaboard. right now there is no way to know where. here are the best probabilities: it could make a beeline for new york city. it is on collision course with a snowstorm coming from the west and a blast of fridge it air from the north, a potential for the weekend that is called frankenstorm created a perfect storm in 1991 and that went off the coast of new england became the subject of a book and a movie by same name
of first responders. >> reporter: tens of millions impacted from the carolinas to canada and to the great lakes. atlantic city, new jersey, is virtually shut down in anticipation of a direct hit. >> i'm really, really worried because they just told a friend of mine they think it's going to hit the bay. the bay and the ocean will come together. >> reporter: utility workers are standing by to reap pair, expected massive, widespread power outages. >> it may take a long time not only to clear but also to get, for example, the power companies back in. >> reporter: sandy is wreaking havoc here in ocean city, maryland. the heavy rain and wind has forced the maryland governor to cancel early voting scheduled for today. back to you, rob, paula. >> tahman, try to stay dry out there. our extreme weather team, of course, has been working through the night to pinpoint sandy's expected path. >> meteorologist jim dickey is joining us this morning with the very latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. well, again, this is a massive storm system. looking at the
obama got a first-hand look at sandy's destruction in new jersey today. governor chris christie certainly welcomed him with open arms. not so for new york city mayor bloomberg. he told the president not to come here. maybe for the first time ever i actually agree with the mayor. it is bad enough trying to get around right now. look at this! this is the traffic outside right now. look that!? what a nightmare! it's horrible! without a presidential motorcade blocking off a whole section of the city. look at that. that is the worst thing i've ever seen. here to disagree with me is very brave chicago you would alderman joe marino. welcome back. >> i have to be brave to disagree with you. melissa: i think so. especially on this topic, when you look at the gridlock that we just showed our whole audience who maybe isn't familiar, look at that! i'm never getting home tonight. i'm supposed to go trick-or-treat. it is never going to happen. the mayor said, quote, i love this, we would love to have him but we have lots of things to do. you think that is rude? >> sure. no, look. it would be
to thinking about getting their first floors dry here in ocean city, maryland. martha: steve when you take a look at the damage around you, obviously as you point out they're discouraging people from coming back to try to get a look at their property, obviously looks as though everybody cleared out of that area you're in, right? >> reporter: right. this is the low area of ocean city, maryland, the downtown area. usually about 7,000 people here during the off-season. most of those, you know, storm experienced, pretty hardy people. most of them did get out. a few hundred did stay. no injuries here. the national guard was working throughout the night. the winds really felt like a hurricane, five, 6:00, 7:00 at night. we saw signs snapping off, small items of debris blowing through the air. it got pretty dicey last night. now it is just weird to stand in the middle of a road with a pretty good current coming down st. louis avenue here in ocean city. martha: boy, it remains to be seen the economic impact of all of this and these areas that have been hard hit already by unemployment and the toug
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have a couple examples. the al gore seeing moment. city the was in the first debate. he goes up against then governor george w. bush, and apparently the gore team thought he won the debate an did well in spin alley. but the size as they made their way into the talking points hurt him. here is an example. >> i had a record of appointing judges in the state of texas. that's what a governor gets to do, a governor gets to name supreme court judges. megyn: so they said al gore wound up getting handicapped, they those was too aggressive. second debate he was too buttoned up. third debate he tries to overcompensate by doing this to governor bush getting into his space. >> it's not just your position on issues but can you get things done? i believe i can. i talked about the principles -- megyn: there is jim lehrer who will be moderating tonight. >> it wasn't just vice presidential goarms team that thought oh won. there is a report that george stephanopoulos thought he won. he apparently declared the nine debates, 8 had been won by the democrats. later on these things harden. that'sy think the a
to two entrepreneurs behind some of the city's hottest new start-ups. first as we do irv time this time of day let's look how oil is trading right now. ashley: the latest jobs reports focuses on the health of public companies but there are millions of private companies out there that are already sending up a big red flag we're already in recession. liz macdonald is here with emac's bottom line. what are the private companies telling us? shoe here's the deal. we've been looking at all sorts of economic data we want to really see what is going on with private companies because they can come to the market via ipo and create jobs. here's the deal. we're seeing sales growth dropped by 50% since january. this is according to sage works. this is indicator we saw, according to sage works back in 2008 when we saw this drop. and that's not a good thing. you want to see sales growth continue to grow up. then they can create jobs. is that a red flag recession signal? that could be one, that is according to sage works. we're seeing 27 million private companies versus 5,000 publicly-traded companies.
to the sea. no fog, live doppler 7 hd, this going to be changing in the days aead, first significant rain perhaps coming our way as early as monday. right now 76 in con covered, san jose 75, 71 in the -- concord, san jose 75, 71 in the city, 66 san rafael, add just a little of wind out of the north northeast and these temperatures are going to come up very quickly overnight lows are going to be mild. right now winds are calm, out of the east at three, calm from san jose, mountain view and at the airport. by later tonight, that's when we are expecting things to come up just enough. here's the red flag warning extended if the carquinez strait, delta, napa, sonoma, lake county, diablo range, hills of east bay. because of that, we are looking at relative humidity dropping between 20 and into the teens through tomorrow. sunny and hot, we'll get the sea breeze tomorrow night for the game at candlestick there will be a little breeze and a few puffs of clouds perhaps. then the cooler pattern takes over the entire bay area over the weekend. really we are going to start that friday. 60s tonight wit
to throw out the first pitch. we joined tom for his latest challenge. the first pitch at the new york mets' citi field. ♪ and the rockets' red glare ♪ tom's big moment arrived and here's the pitch. well, it wasn't perfect but as tom willis can tell you life isn't perfect. you just have to get out there and keep pitching. >> diane: tom, you are truly an inspiration. and finally for you today, an amazing vacation photo as a sting ray squeezes into the shot. >> what a ham! believe it or not, that's a sting ray sneaking into the shot as three women pose for a foe toy while on vacation in the cayman islands. he seems to be grinning but check out the freaked out expression on the woman when she realiz >>> "the insider" is taking you in depth on today's big celebrity headline. i'm kevin frazier. >> and i'm brooke anderson. >>> "the insider" is on. >>> arnold schwarzenegger's just-reased "60 minutes" confessions about his affair with the housekeeper. >> i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> arnold and maria's son's birthday days before his love child also t
from now you cannot get on and you cannot get off this island. that is the first time since 9/11 that we have seen this situs in the world's premiere city, certainly in america's most populous city, manhattan at 7:00 p.m. tonight will be isolated to the world. also, refineries along the east coast shug down, one after the other, and former shell oil president on that in houston, texas. what does this mean? how widespread will it be? >>guest: if you start south, this is no real problem for virginia all the way up to baltimore because they are supplied by gulf of mexico pipeline. this is no problem with distribution other than if the electricity is out, retail gas prices can not pump. in florida gas stations are required to have generators for just this keep of a reason that law doesn't exist except in florida. north into delaware, new jersey, pennsylvania, new york, connecticut, et cetera, the fact the refineries are shut down is not the problem. there should be three or four weeks of inventory on hand. the real problem is the distribution. if the highways are closed you cannot
without power. the mayor canceling a new york city tradition, this he has canceled the annual parade in greenwich village. first time in 40 years, jenna, that parade has been canceled. always a wild one. in new jersey governor christie is considering issuing an executive order that would officially postpone the holiday. city sponsored parades and events are canceled across the state. a lot of towns are actually planning halloween events this coming saturday instead. out in ohio government officials are urging caution for parents there as well. high winds postponing halloween there and downed power lines in some parts of the state. hershey, pennsylvania, arguably the chocolate capital of the world take a look at that. that led to the cancellation of all halloween activities. a state of emergency across all of pennsylvania. something tells me halloween will be celebrated one way or another, today, saturday, whenever. i can't imagine too many parents that have young kids like myself saying too bad, no candy. jenna: look what i brought for the set, for the kids up here. they're not eatin
to the windy city where she met some of the children who live in fear. it is her first report in the special report "hidden america." >> reporter: tonight there are american children living in a war zone. >> my mom doesn't like me playing outside. she fears for my life. >> where did you get shot? >> in the head. >> reporter: a 6-year-old girl is killeden broad day light sitting on the porch getting her hair combed. in another neighborhood, another girl, 7 years old, shot dead. selling candien the front ya-- the front yard. tens of thousand of children trying to gang up in the neighborhood where gang members roam the streets some as young as 13, 14. some carrying assault weapons and shooting at random. in chicago, police are stretched thin. the mayor enraged. >> take your gang conflict away from a 7-year-old. who raised you? >> reporter: and one of the children in one of those neighborhood is a 7-year-old named ralph. who wants to surprise me. so he makes me go out and come in again. >> let's try it one more time. >> surprise? >> reporter: ralph is irrepressible vitality. >> that's it. >> rep
the clean up going on at the start line, and off in the distance, you see the first wave of runners as they near the finish line. i want to show you a shot from our city cam. and it is a ten mile course with 30,000 runners. this is the third largest ten mile course in the world. there are some wounded warrior participants. we have seen them in the hand cycles and the wheelchairs that made it across. they were the first wave to lead i want to show you the map this race took. they started here near the pentagon, crossed the memorial bridge. they took a circuit by the lincoln memorial. an iconic ruth, up to the west end of the capital, and back down to the title basin, and now across the 14th street bridge to make their way back here to the south end of the pentagon where the race is ending. and of course some of the street closures are still going on there because the last of those runners are making their way across the last of the course, and of course, again, you're encouraged to take an alternate root. now, benefits of this race go to benefit military families and their leisure an
for the yankees. >> they have a big payroll. showers and storms generally city south and south and east. embedded-- can we go to radar first? thank you, yes. you can see, look at that thunderstorm activity, just southeast of the city. i'm sure this is not doing great things for the commute, out of that beltway. all that thunderstorm activity, see the flashing towards waldorf and la plata and lifting up to the chesapeake beach? that will push through southern parts of our viewing area and towards annapolis and eventually off to the north and east. this is our last batch of moisture. things should be winding down shortly and i think mostly just clouds here for the morning hours. eventually some sunshine and warmer temperatures. let me show you the bigger picture here. big upper level low to the west. there you go. cold front coming through, and notice in west virginia and western virginia, getting clearing. hoping that will move in later today. here's your accu weather seven- day forecast, by afternoon, some sunshine with temperatures in the mid-70s. rain at the moment. and cooler for the weekend,
-- the first debate is wednesday night in denver. mitt romney in the mile high city tonight for a predebate rally. surrogate chris christie set expectations mile high claiming wednesday night is yet another restart of the romney campaign. >> governor romney's going to lay out his vision for a better and greater america for greater opportunity for all of our citizens and i think that's when you're going it see this race really start to tighten and then move in governor romney's direction. come thursday morning the narrative of this race is going to change. >> romney has been preparing with senator rob portman who filled in as obama during john mccain's 2008 prep. the president practicing with jor kerry playing the role of romney. kerry is a good fit since the parallels between his '04 and current one is overwhelming. can romney get the post-debate bounce kerry did in '04 and take it one step further and turn it into something kerry couldn't do eight years ago. in '04 president bush had a six-point lead before the debates but kerry's performance boosted him tying the men for the final debate
. the third footwear fiasco for the prime minister. not the first woman to fall head over heels so publicly. cue "sex and the city" remember carrie bradshaw's fumble. littered with road kill. wobbles, tumbles, and wipeouts. heathrow airport, lady gaga showed she wasn't the practical lling luggage type and ended up rolling her ankles. for the rest of us why do we bother when we know it can end like this? the man behind those sky scraping red soles, christian louboutin explain it to me like this. >> some women are not completely comfortable with their body. even if you are not really comfortable with your body you are comfortable with the feet. at the time, i was six months pregnant. he proved it to me. >> hello, lovers. i think i lost five pound. when you are talking 7 inch heels, practically is not the point. >> i do not want these shoes to appear as comfortable shoes. >> not bis-- >> with the heels come hyperrisks. the lesson. looking good is the easy part. it's what you do after the fall that really counts. sharyn alfonsi, abc news, new york. >> that is the war on women. did you hear what
of the baseball season and we start in kansas city where the tiger miguel cabrera firned the 2012 season as the first triple crown winner since 45 years ago. detroit hopes his bat stays hot into the playoffs against an unexpected champion out west. there's a division title sweeping the rangers to make the last day of the season their only day in first place. the team with the lowest payroll in the major leagues won 67 of the final 100 games. big momentum into the postseason. >>> the national nightmare at nationals park is finally over. teddy finally crossing the finish line in first place during the fourth inning president's race. it's been a long season for teddy but white house support from jay carney and john mccain helped him finally snag a victory. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in be
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